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  • Only the strongest materials are considered when manufacturing these vital pieces of safety gear. Plastics are the best selection, with many tested to withstand pressure well above anything a rider would ever face. The recent addition of carbon fiber offers a lightweight choice, which enhances the design and ensures faster speeds during rapid runs. This new material is often combined with fiberglass, but can stand its own when combined with standard plastics.

    Every selection has its particular function, so riders must carefully consider what their main activities will be before purchasing a new model. A standard choice among skateboarding helmets is the traditional model; its design features a small amount of interior foam, as well as a form that stops just above the ears. This choice is great for day to day use, but may not be enough for events such as downhill runs.

    Comfort is always a concern for riders and is often cited among reasons not to wear skateboard helmets. That is why it’s so important to find the best fit and padding style. Not every size is right, and each model should be fitted to correspond with an individual's head size. Padding should be adequate, but not pressing tightly against the forehead and upper neck. Air vents are also placed on the majority of designs, to prevent sweating and heat from damaging the form and fit.

    Companies are finding more ways to personalize skateboard & longboard helmets. From adding stickers to buying a selection with an existing graphic design, there is something for every rider. Colors are also branching out from the standard black and gray designs to include hues and shades to match every deck.

    Boards on Nord realizes how important it is to find the right safety gear. Years of experience help us give each customer the best advice on their purchase, whether they’re picking up safety gear, accessories, or a whole new deck. Visit us today and experience our dedication to excellence, with a hassle-free, enjoyable online shopping experience.

    Nutcase’s Skate Helmets are certified for skating for biking, so whether you’re at the skate park or on the trick bike, Nutcase has the perfect two-way helmet for you. Sweet styles, tough shell, strong magnetic buckle. Bring it.

  • We’ve taken our timeless Classic design and equipped it with EPS foam for added protection and to meet AS/NZS 2063:2008 certification. Our EPS foam liner mimics the comfort and feel that we’ve become known for in our 2-stage soft foam skate helmets. Five sizes ensure you’ll find a size that fits your head properly. All Pro-tec bike helmets comply with the...

    We’ve taken our timeless Classic design and equipped it with EPS foam for added protection and to meet AS/NZS 2063:2008 certification. Our EPS foam liner mimics the comfort and feel that we’ve become known for in our 2-stage soft foam skate helmets. Five sizes ensure you’ll find a size that fits your head properly. All Pro-tec bike helmets comply with the...

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    Only the strongest materials are considered when manufacturing these vital pieces of safety gear. Plastics are the best selection, with many tested to withstand pressure well above anything a rider would ever face. The recent addition of carbon fiber offers a lightweight choice, which enhances the design and ensures faster speeds during rapid runs. This new material is often combined with fiberglass, but can stand its own when combined with standard plastics.

    Every selection has its particular function, so riders must carefully consider what their main activities will be before purchasing a new model. A standard choice among skateboarding helmets is the traditional model; its design features a small amount of interior foam, as well as a form that stops just above the ears. This choice is great for day to day use, but may not be enough for events such as downhill runs.

    Comfort is always a concern for riders and is often cited among reasons not to wear skateboard helmets. That is why it’s so important to find the best fit and padding style. Not every size is right, and each model should be fitted to correspond with an individual's head size. Padding should be adequate, but not pressing tightly against the forehead and upper neck. Air vents are also placed on the majority of designs, to prevent sweating and heat from damaging the form and fit.

    Companies are finding more ways to personalize skateboard & longboard helmets. From adding stickers to buying a selection with an existing graphic design, there is something for every rider. Colors are also branching out from the standard black and gray designs to include hues and shades to match every deck.

    Boards on Nord realizes how important it is to find the right safety gear. Years of experience help us give each customer the best advice on their purchase, whether they’re picking up safety gear, accessories, or a whole new deck. Visit us today and experience our dedication to excellence, with a hassle-free, enjoyable online shopping experience.

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In Mold skateboard helmets are lighter, stronger and include a wider variety of venting options when compared to traditional skateboard helmet designs. In mold was originally limited to the higher end skateboard helmets but now, due to its popularity and protective features in skateboard helmets, in mold construction is frequently seen in many mid range to high end skateboard helmets.